Table Top kit with Accessories

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Table Top epoxy resin is one of our most popular products, and for good reason; it’s easy to use, and the results can range anywhere from practical to beautiful and artistic. Table Top is a 1:1 ratio epoxy resin that is mainly used for covering table tops or bar tops, giving you a clear finish. It’s important, however, to make sure you have everything you need; without the right tools, the product will not give you the results you want.

That’s why we created the Table Top Kit with Accessories (not an original name, I know). The kit gives you one half-gallon of A-side Table Top; one half-gallon of B-side Table Top, which is enough to do approximately 6 square feet at about 1/16” thickness. What we also include is the materials to do the project right.

We include our Bust-A-Bubble 8oz spray bottle. The spray is great at removing surface bubbles in your table top.

We also include three Pint-size Mix & Measure Tubs, which make it incredibly easy to get the right amount of mixture. Remember; the ratio needs to be exactly 1:1, and with these tubs, there is no need to eye-ball it.

We include three tongue depressors, which are great for mixing. You don’t want to whip it, which adds air bubbles, you want a nice, steady stir.

Finally, we include 4 large latex gloves, to make sure you don’t get the product on your hands. Safety first!

With this kit, you can easily get your job done right, the first time, and you won’t have to make multiple trips!

4 tips on Bust-A-Bubble


Bust-A-Bubble is a pump-bottle spray used to get surface bubbles out of table top epoxy. It can be an useful  tool, especially for someone without a heat gun, but as with everything, you need to look at a few tips from the pros:

  • It is recommended for thin pours where bubbles are close to the surface
  • A very light mist is all you want to spray for your table top; any more than that effects the epoxy.
  • We recommend spraying it as soon as your surface has been covered.
  • Don’t spray it onto a surface when another layer is to be poured, as it can effect curing.